Trip date: July 4., 2014
Everyone knows Neuschwanstein. But there are more notable buildings of King Ludwig II in the Bavarian Alps. One of them is Linderhof. Linderhof is almost the opposite of Neuschwanstein. Neuschwanstein looks like a medieval castle with fortification, built on the hill for defensive reasons. Unlike Neuschwanstein, Linderhof is a low two-story building, built in a valley, surrounded by wonderful extensive gardens. Read More...
Trip date: July 30., 2013
Neuschwanstein is something special. According to my favorite site www.germany.travel it is on first or second place (depends on year) in the ladder of the most popular tourist destinations in Germany.
Trip date: July 6, 2014
Rothenburg ob der Tauber is a small town in the middle of Germany. I think nowhere else in Europe can you find such a number of original buildings dating from the middle ages.
We did a stopover on our way from the Alps. Rothenburg is a few kilometers from highway number 7 leading from the south border of Germany to the north. We knew that Rothenburg is a romantic city, but what we saw surpassed our expectations. Read More...
We spent a wunderful week in Tuscany in July 2013 and we decided to make a two-day stopover in the Alps.
I booked a guesthouse high up in mountains, in the small village Berwang in Austria, close to the German border.
When I was speaking with my brother about my German experiences, he replied that he would be interested in some major music or sport events. And the talk turned to sport. More precisely to Bundeliga. The average attendance on Bundesliga football matches is almost 40000 people, the largest number in the world. It must be very expensive, we thought. Read More...